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Survival and transport of enteric bacteria and viruses in the nearshore marine environment : an annotated bibliography (1988)



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Author: Heufelder, George R; Rask, Susan G; United States. Environmental Protection Agency; Massachusetts. Executive Office of Environmental Affairs; Buzzards Bay Project (Mass.)
Subject: Marine pollution; Pathogenic microorganisms
Publisher: Barnstable, MA : Barnstable County Health and Environmental Department
Language: English
Call number: 003969452
Digitizing sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
Book contributor: UMass Amherst Libraries
Collection: umass_amherst_libraries; blc; americana
Notes: No title page found. No copyright page found.

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Buzzards Bay Project

"October, 1988."

"Project was sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs."


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